Rotersand - War on Error
Electro-Industrial After the remix EP 'I Cry' was released after their latest album '1023' it's time for a couple of new tracks from Rotersand, but it don't come in the form as a new full length album, we get a brand new EP called 'War On Error'.

The first three tracks are "War on Error (Declaration)", "Bastards Screaming (On and On)" and "We Will Kill Them All (Lullaby)" and since I was listening to this EP at the same point as when I was going through Alex Jones American conspiracy theory videos, they made somewhat of a soundtrack to the videos with their more or less political undertone.

"War on Error" is a mostly instrumental track together with fictional sample like declarations of war on error, much like the American war on drugs, terrorism and all other things war have been declared on within their own boarders. Hard-hitting punch in the face all the way. "Bastards Screaming" is a true dance floor flooder where you perhaps more are considering moving your feet than wonder of whom "the bastards" really are, a great track nevertheless. "We Will Kill Them All" is perhaps not your standard lullaby even though it is it musical wise, but mixed with the lyrics and war samples, it gives you a strange feeling and you get somewhat sad when you are thinking about the world today mixed with the sarcastic lyrics. Great track.

Before we get two other versions of "Bastards Screaming" and "War on Error", there is "Speak To Me (Epic)" and "Dirty" which are more of your standard danceable electro tunes. The first one of them are really great and have an awesome chorus and the second one is probably the least good track on the EP, just good, not perfect, like the other tracks. Still, this is a superb EP and one of the best EP I've heard this year.
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Rotersand - War on Error

After the remix EP 'I Cry' was released after their latest album '1023' it's time for a couple of new tracks from Rotersand, but it don't come in the form as a new full length album, we get a brand new EP called 'War On Error'.

The first three tracks are "War on Error (Declaration)", "Bastards Screaming (On and On)" and "We Will Kill Them All (Lullaby)" and since I was listening to this EP at the same point as when I was going through Alex Jones American conspiracy theory videos, they made somewhat of a soundtrack to the videos with their more or less political undertone.

"War on Error" is a mostly instrumental track together with fictional sample like declarations of war on error, much like the American war on drugs, terrorism and all other things war have been declared on within their own boarders. Hard-hitting punch in the face all the way. "Bastards Screaming" is a true dance floor flooder where you perhaps more are considering moving your feet than wonder of whom "the bastards" really are, a great track nevertheless. "We Will Kill Them All" is perhaps not your standard lullaby even though it is it musical wise, but mixed with the lyrics and war samples, it gives you a strange feeling and you get somewhat sad when you are thinking about the world today mixed with the sarcastic lyrics. Great track.

Before we get two other versions of "Bastards Screaming" and "War on Error", there is "Speak To Me (Epic)" and "Dirty" which are more of your standard danceable electro tunes. The first one of them are really great and have an awesome chorus and the second one is probably the least good track on the EP, just good, not perfect, like the other tracks. Still, this is a superb EP and one of the best EP I've heard this year.
Sep 10 2009

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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